Ann’s Goals for the Future:

  • Travel to the Middle East on a Peacemaking Mission.
  • Alternative care facilities for the elderly.
  • Specialized educational system for children with unique neuro-developmental profiles.

INTERVIEW:  Ann the Peacemaker

AP: From what age did you know you were destined to be a peacemaker?

Ann: From the time I was a very little girl, I remember thinking, “why do people raise their voices? Why can't we all be friends?” It perplexed me that adults would lose access to the frontal lobes of the cortex in a fit of rage. Sometimes I thought I must be an alien. I did not want to join the fray.

I'm all for people expressing themselves. Carrying rage, malicious intentions or homicidal preoccupations deeply saddens and alarms me. I believed for a long time that the popularity and acceptance of psychotherapy would put a dent in our rage.

Psychotherapy for the most part, helped the individual toward self-actualization often creating a subculture called the "me" generation. “Look out for number one. The one who dies with the most toys wins” could be heard as the new national slogan.

Toys do not bring soul satisfaction! Satisfaction is what the individual lacks, causing confusion, depression and resulting rage from the false promises made by the new media gods. Much contemplation and maturity have taught me the only truth there is. We are all children of the same God. Love Him with all your heart and Love one another. This is the secret to peace individually and globally. I hope to share this message of unity and love whenever possible. God tells me to involve myself in the world Peace Process. He reminds us that a spiritual matter can only be solved by spiritual means. I remain ready to offer my services wherever conflict exists.

Here, there, and everywhere I remain a humble servant of God and the people.

AP: Can you elaborate on your future peace-making goals?

Ann: Some goals are grander than others. The Middle East Peace Process is definitely high on everyone’s list. God speaks of that often to me. I sincerely hope I am able to add something of importance to that enormous endeavor.

At the same time, I have my personal goals that seem ever so important to me. I have a dream that someday every child with a unique neuro-developmental profile will be dignified with an individual educational program that truly works.

Someday a senior citizen will look forward to the day they enter an alternative care facility that pays attention to every detail and each person’s spirit and humanity. It is my dream with the proper funding, credentials and God’s help that someday a house that Love builds will become a reality.

Young and not so young will live side by side, benefiting from one another in serenity and grace.

Peace will live in that place.